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Investors plan for Sinagapore resi revival

Published on February 9th, 2015

Foreign players seek to avoid stamp duty ahead of expected market revival when cooling measures are lifted Opportunistic investors are targeting Singapore housing in the expectation of a resurgent market,…

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